ORLANDO, FLORIDA — On June 14, 2020 at approximately 7:42 p.m., officers with the Orlando Police Department responded to the area of Main Lane at the intersection of South Lucerne Circle in reference to a vehicle accident.
When Officer Keith Hernandez approached Keith Ingersoll, the driver of the involved Rolls Royce, Hernandez noticed that Ingersoll’s speech was slurred and that he was staggering. The driver of the other involved vehicle, Michael Collazo, also believed Mr. Ingersoll to be intoxicated. Collazo advised that he had been driving down Orange Avenue when a white male driving a two-door Rolls Royce with the top down and in the left lane, merged into his lane and struck his truck. He then observed the driver of the Rolls Royce “flicking people off,” and “driving aggressively as he yell[ed] from his car.”
From the report of Officer Stephanie Rodriguez, lightly edited for clarity and brevity:
“I approached Mr. Ingersoll as he was standing on the sidewalk behind his Rolls Royce with his hand on his phone as he appeared to be videoing me. I advised him that had arrived on scene because the crash investigation was over, and I was doing a changing of the hats and was going to begin a DUI investigation. I read Mr. Ingersoll his constitutional rights from my agency-issued card. He stated he understood and agreed to speak with me. During my interaction with Mr. Ingersoll I detected a strong odor of alcohol emanating from his person. He also had dried saliva surrounding the rim of his mouth.
Based on the interaction I had with Mr. Ingersoll and the fact that he was involved in vehicle accident I asked Mr. Ingersoll if he would be willing to participate in field sobriety exercises in order to alleviate my concern for his abilities to safely operate a motor vehicle on a public roadway. He seemed eager to participate. Prior to starting the field sobriety exercises, asked Mr. Ingersoll a series of questions which he answered as followed:
He does not wear prescription glasses or contact but did advise that he has a “lazy” eye and “has nystagmus.”
[See video for field sobriety test performance.]
Based on the investigation above probable cause existed to place Mr. Ingersoll under arrest for FSS 316.193(3)(c)(1); DUI with property damage. Ingersoll was searched incident to arrest by Officer Hernandez. I placed him into the back of my patrol vehicle and transported him to the Orange County DUI testing center per policy without incident. [Which I guess means “As he threatened me with arrest for a half hour.”]
Mr. Ingersoll complained that I had caused injury to his elbows during the drive. His elbows did not have any visible injuries.
Upon arriving at the DUI testing center he was observed by an Orange County DUI technician for approximately 20 minutes. I read him implied consent and he refused to provide two breath samples.”
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